Spring Framework, Boot, Web Services, Data, Messaging & Spring 5 New Features

Spring Framework, Boot, Web Services, Data, Messaging & Spring 5 New Features

Main Speaker:


Rony Keren

Tracks:

Code

Seminar Categories:

Programming

Course ID:

43713

Date:

08.07.2020

Time:

Daily seminar
9:00-16:30

43713

Overview

Spring Framework 5, released on September 2017,  is the most up-to-date version of the popular open source framework for Cloud and Enterprise Java developers. Spring Framework 5 was released alongside Java SE 9 release.
In this seminar we explore the Spring framework and its most common capabilities.
The seminar also details Spring Boot, Spring Cloud, Spring Data and other very popular projects updated in the current Spring 5 release.

Spring Boot enables Java developers prompt setup of complex environments, with smooth configuration. Spring Boot supports out-of-the-box configurations for embedded containers, databases and infrastructures, for both development and productions environments, with very easy dependencies management.

Spring Cloud provides Java Developers tools for implementing and using common patterns and services on distributed systems. Developers can easily and efficiently utilize a variety of services over cloud systems using this project.

Seminar Prerequisites
Participants are expected to be experienced with Java programming.
Basic knowledge in Spring framework is highly recommended.

 

Who Should Attend

Java developers that want to use Spring framework

Prerequisites

  • Experience in Java programming
  • Familiarity with JDBC
  • Familiarity with Web & Web-services

Course Contents

    • Spring Framework
        • Basic Concepts
        • Beans Factory
        • IoC
        • AOP
    • Developing with Spring
    • Spring Boot – Configuration-Less Projects
    • Web Applications Development with Spring – REST
    • Spring Data and JPA
        • RDBMS repositories
        • NOSQL repositories
    • Introduction to Spring Cloud
        • Introduction
        • Configuration server
        • Discovery
        • Gateway
        • Load balancing and Circuit breaking
        • Monitoring
        • Data streaming
    • Welcome to Spring Framework 5
      • Reactive Programming Model
      • Reactive REST
      • Reactive NoSQL


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